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LL23 19th century wooden storage Box with the original black paint, very unusual with a removable lid, nailed construction with square head nails, Used in a Country Store, to transport bake goods, circa 1840SOLD C590 The first artificial Christmas tree was developed in Germany during the late 1800s. These artificial trees were then brought to America by German immigrants and also produced and sold in the dime stores during the 1920s and 30s.

These trees were made of dyed goose and turkey feathers which were attached to wires which became the branches for the first artificial trees... B375 Early 19th century Eastern Shore Virginia Miniature Blanket Chest,the wood is walnut with the original red paint, vey unusual applied cut out design base, dovetailed case, circa 1820 - 1840 SOLD X582 Mid 19th century Virginia Pie Safe, with original salmon paint.

C442 19th century cobblers bench, Identified to the boot maker Eldred IL Prentiss, from Milford Massachusetts, lived on Asy Street, in the year of 1872.

This Cobbler's Bench still retains it's beautiful blue paint. Red and green letters painted on white back ground C411 18th century Pennslyvania Cupboard , with the original indigo blue paint , plank door construction, with dovetailed case, single plank door with interior beaded baton and iron H-hinges, beded stiles and arched cut out feet 47" high x 36 1/2 " wide x 14" deep C432 19th Century Wall Scouring box with carved crest above vertical scouring backboard having applied sides above box with carved down-swept sides.

The shotgun has three wire hangers where it would have been hung in the front window of the shop. B419 19th century Pennsylvania one door storage Cupboard in the original robin egg blue paint, paint, all original, interior natural patina, one door construction, the door is mortised and pegged , nice cut out foot, single panel door circa 1820-1840 C597 19th century New England Bail Handle Pantry Box with the original dry blue paint ,with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks.

The sides of the Box are fitted with a pair of oval stamped tin handle mounts.

C439 Early 20th century trade sign, adversting fresh dressed Poultry, Springers and Flyers and fresh egg. Simple yet successful country construction; original paint and good patina Sold!

C420 Late 19th century Wooden grain measurer bucket with original blue paint, Double sided, 1 peck on oneside and 1/2 peck on the other .

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RM620 Early original painted Bluebill carved by Ira Hudson, Chincoteague, Virginia, circa 1920's.

C585 19th century fourteen drawer Apothecary / spice Chest with red paint, the drawers are nail construction with square head nails, the wood is walnut and pine , beautiful pine back boards circa 1840 C582 Early 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia six window lites flat wall cupboard,in early yellow paint , very unusual small form, with a single glass door over a single paneled door , Circa 1820"s C561 Early 19th century Pennsylvania pine Jelly Cupboard, in original dry red paint, two dovetailed drawers , over two panel doors, with a nice high cut out foot. The tin are very unusual being crimped and over lapping joint.

the pattern of the tins are diamonds and circle hand punched..

Staved and wire strapped construction, beautiful dry blue paint.

C417 Mid 20th century Silhouette of a wooden carved Loon, with etched wings, left side showing original paint there is paint lost on the right side due to the weather. C410 Mid 19th century two piece Stepback Secretary Desk, two glass door book case over three small drawers, the bottom case has three graduated drawers with the old red paint, over the original salmon , the mullions of the glass doors have the original oyster white paint ,twelve glazed window lites, with the original beautiful waive glass. circa 1850 C405 19th century Pennsylvania Drysink with beautiful dry red paint, the well of the drysink is dovetailed , the sides are one board and double mortised thought the well, Two doors that are a full mortis with a single panel the interior shelves are dovetailed into the end boards.

The Desk still retains it original red wash paint on the interior and exterior Sold!